CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
$5.5 Million Rommel Gift to Benefit New Center for Entrepreneurship
Dave and Patsy Rommel’s gift will benefit SU’s new Center for Entrepreneurship at the Plaza Gallery Building in downtown Salisbury and support other future activities of the campus and the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business.
Catchin' Up With ... Eric Church Jr.
Eric started his career at KPMG two months after graduation and now primarily works with Fortune 500 companies in the greater Baltimore area.
Student Spotlight: Ashley Dodd
Ashley is a senior majoring in management. She shares her experiences of living in a business LLC and her internship at Walgreens in Laurel, DE.
Employer Spotlight: Walgreens
Walgreens offers the chance to work in a truly supportive environment and be part of a progressive organization dedicated to the well-being of their customers, employees and the communities they call home.
Tracy Earns Perdue Leadership Award
For his dedication to the profession, and his efforts in mentoring and providing career opportunities for SU students and graduates, Pat Tracy recently received the award presented annually by PSB.
SU Named Among Top Universities for Professional Sales Education
The Sales Education Foundation (SEF) announced the accolade in the foundation’s annual magazine released in April.
SU’s Finance Student Trip to NYC
Nearly 30 Perdue students accompanied by two faculty members had the opportunity to spend a few days in New York City. Read about the learning opportunities they experienced.
Kolstoe Article Accepted in ‘Ecological Economics’
Dr. Sonja Kolstoe and her co-author Dr. Trudy Ann Cameron have a forthcoming article in Ecological Economics titled “The Non-market Value of Birding Sites and the Marginal Value of Additional Species: Biodiversity in a Random Utility Model of Site Choice by eBird Members”.
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